Lee Ann Womack released one of the best albums of 2017 only a few months ago. Now, you can see the first visual representation of her latest and greatest with the music video for "All The Trouble."
Womack filmed the music video in Los Angeles. In the moody clip, director Claire Marie Vogel (Metallica, Norah Jones) captures a smoldering Womack as she delivers the bluesy country tune.
Set in the Hollywood hills, Womack sits ominously in a chair staring out at a large pane of glass. The house is practically empty, save for a few pieces — a flickering lamp, a bottle of booze and a vintage green telephone play the largest roles outside of Womack.
The video beautifully plays with lighting. Different looks routinely cascade across an emotive Womack, whose haunting refrain of "I've got all the trouble I'm ever going to need" rises in intensity with each chorus.
By the end of the song, a mysterious old truck pulls in the drive. Womack then confronts the shadowy figure. Check out the clip above.
Womack's latest album The Lonely, The Lonesome & The Gone earned nearly unanimous praise upon its November 2017 release. One of our top albums of the year, the record finds Womack showing off her writing skills as much as her silky smooth country vocal.
Womack spent much of last year touring with Alan Jackson. She now steps out on her own headlining run, with shows ranging from Los Angeles to New York City. Most of her California dates are already sold out. She also makes a stop at historic Gruene Hall in her home state of Texas. But before you get too excited, that show is sold out too.